In this story, the Nemesis is supose to be a statue of Lady Peinforte, portrayed by Fiona Walker. In the credits, it doesn't say who portrayed the Nemesis or who voiced it, so was it portrayed and voiced by Fiona Walker?--Steed 20:26, 13 July 2007
Removed this Edit
- This is the last appearance of the Mondasian Cybermen in the tv show (due to the fact only parallel Cybermen have appeared in the new series.)
Reason one: Bad grammar
Reason two: Repeats an earlier line in reasoning in the basic terms. --Jono R 22:12, December 5, 2009 (UTC)
Prince Edward story note Edit
I have added the story note about prince edward. I read about this in the daily mail. This is only the second edit on TARDIS Index File so if I have made any mistakes regarding formatting etc. Please forgive me.
Story Numbering? Edit
Does anyone know why many DVD releases have story numbers which to not appear to match the known story(episode) listing? For example, the DVD release of Silver Nemesis is listed as story 154 rather than 150. Red00Knight 18:39, February 28, 2011 (UTC)
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Episode lengths Edit
The episodes, at least in the copy I watched, were around 29-30 minutes long, not 25. Then again, they also included the apparently deleted scene where the Doctor uses glasses to hypnotise two guards. Can anyone help me clear this up? Memnarc talk to me 23:29, May 29, 2012 (UTC)
Kevin Clarke's original idea (or lack thereof) Edit
He's History Now, But Wasn't ThenEdit
"...and several figures from the history of Doctor Who turned out to play tourists, including Vere Lorimer..."
What was Vere Lorrimer's contribution to the history of Doctor Who? As far as I am aware, this was his only contribution in any capacity. And his name is misspelt.220.127.116.11talk to me 12:03, May 10, 2018 (UTC)
An Adventure In Space And TimeEdit
"Although it should be impossible for anyone from 1638 to calculate correctly a day 350 years later..."
It should also be impossible for the Germans to hotfoot it from Argentina on 22nd November to Windsor on 23rd November. Going by the daylight in the Argentine, it would already be nighttime in England. Yet they get there, and are in place by the next day.18.104.22.168talk to me 11:17, November 22, 2018 (UTC)